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District's spending available online

Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel has announced the launch of an online checkbook for the Grandview Heights City School District.

Library notes

The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., Columbus. For more information, call 614-486-2951 or visit ghpl.org.

The pool is dead; long live the pool

The Grandview Heights Municipal Pool is no more -- but a sparkling new pool facility already is beginning to rise at the site.

Church builds on service

Anyone driving by Trinity United Methodist Church the morning of Saturday, Aug. 20, may have done a double take.

Library has education in the bag with new offering

The Grandview Heights Public Library has packed a lot of learning into its new backpacks.

Secretary 'an educator through and through'

For Teresa Clayton, being named the Grandview Heights City School District's 2015-16 Win-Win Award honoree was a bonus
Superintendent speaks

New school year brings more opportunities to learn

It's time to welcome a new school year at the Grandview Heights City School District. The 2016-17 year promises to deliver even more of what our mission demands: to maximize and personalize every student's learning.

Moment in time

The Marble Cliff Quarry began operations in the mid-19th century just west of the Scioto River near what is now Grandview Heights. In its early days, manpower and horsepower were instrumental in moving hundreds of tons of quarried stone from the crushers to construction sites and foundries all over Columbus.
Grandview's Teacher of the Year

Gintert rides technological wave

It used to be called shop class. Then it was industrial arts.

Coming up

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District announces free-lunch policy

The Grandview Heights City School District recently announced its 2016-17 policy for free and reduced-price meals or free milk for select students.

Library notes

The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., Columbus. For more information, call 614-486-2951 or visit ghpl.org.
Jennifer Cooke

Slaying in 2013 still a priority for police

Three years after Jennifer Cooke's murder, her killer continues to elude Grandview Heights police.

Pair of plans could bring traffic calming, bike paths

Grandview Heights leaders are addressing concerns about increased traffic and safety for bicyclists on local roads.

District's size, closeness appeal to newest staffer

Like many educators, the Grandview Heights City School District's new director of student services was propelled into her career by the impact of a teacher.
Police beat

Grandview: Checks stolen from mailboxes

Grandview Heights police are investigating several reports of checks being stolen from residents' mailboxes.

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